Our Springfield campus is positioned in a growth corridor between the cities of Brisbane and Ipswich. Greater Springfield has experienced strong growth over the last 10 years and is projected to be one of the largest communities in Queensland within the next 30 years. The campus is located within Education City, a central nucleus for education in the greater Springfield area.
What's on offer at the Springfield campus
There are a range of study areas available at our Springfield campus including business, child care, first aid, justice studies, leadership and management, and remedial massage. The campus is conveniently located close to the Springfield train station and nearby child care facilities.
Facilities and services
- Child care training facilitates
- Student hub
- Student kitchens
- Vending machines
- Video conference rooms
Education City Drive,
Springfield Qld 4300
PO Box 138,
Booval Qld 4304
The campus is a 10 minute walk from the Springfield Central train station and is also serviced by public buses operated by TRANSLink.
If you live nearby, cycling could be another cost effective option to get to class
Paid parking managed by PriPark is available adjacent to the Springfield campus. Parking permits are available for students at reduced rates.
Childcare training facilities
Put your child care skills into practice in our simulated early childhood environment at our Springfield campus. You will work directly with children planning curriculum, delivering practical activities, taking observations, and discussing the children's progress with their parents.
Our Springfield campus offers massage services to the public. The facility is staffed by our massage students who offer a range of treatments including hot stone massage, reflexology, and remedial massage. We use the same products, equipment, and facilities found in the industry and you will have the opportunity to work with real, paying clients.
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